19 Apr 2018


To Do: Weekend of April 19th – 22nd

Did anyone manage to get tickets to the Iñárritu exhibit when they were made available this past Monday? I tried but it was booked up by 8:15. On the one hand, it is genuinely thrilling to be a member of such a culturally aware community; but keeping up with the cool kids requires a calendar of […]

04 Apr 2018


Carne y Arena: An Everyday Horror

Through some serendipity and good friends, I was able to experience Carne y Arena (Sand and Flesh), Alejandro González Iñárritu’s virtual reality experience yesterday. Brightest Young Things’ Svetlana Legetic wrote about how tough it was for her to experience this story because it reminded her of her own immigration story and I agree with her […]

29 Mar 2018


To Do: Weekend of March 30th – April 1st

We have two major holidays happening this weekend. For the non-observant, I am talking about Passover and Easter. These may take up a good part of your free time this weekend. But in addition to the seder and some egg-finding, what else could you do? Tonight, learn to make tasty seasonal spring soups at the […]

16 Nov 2017

To Do:

To Do: Weekend of November 16th – 19th

Are you prepping your sides to take to a Friendsgiving on Saturday? This made-up holiday has overtaken Festivus in popularity and practice which makes sense since more excuses to eat pie and comfort foods with friends are ultimately more fun than the airing of grievances. How are will you be observing this pre-holiday weekend? Tonight, […]

11 Sep 2017

Arts & Entertainment:

A Julius Caesar for All the Ages

A production of Julius Caesar in New York City recently came under fire for having Caesar looking like our current President, even though other productions in years past with other Presidents with no such complaints. Given that the plot of this 400+ year old play revolves around the assassination of a head of state, it […]

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